Is Norwegian like French in not having a specific present progressive tense? Or is it something else? "Drikker" can be "be drinking" and "drink(s)", right?
I drink = jeg drikker
I am drinking = jeg drikker
Thank you, anachron!
Swedish and German are like this as well.
Wow it's cool & I think it's easy....Jeg elsker Norsk :-) from Indonesia
i hear something like "dikkir". is it right or the voice has a problem?
Voice sounds fine to me. The "r" is barely audible as it is a very short tap, and the final "e" is a bit weak because it is in an unstressed syllable.
Is this just like German, where it can be "ar/is drinking" as well as "drinks"?
The Norwegian present tense covers the English simple present and present continuous.
The norwergian pronunciation is harder than I expected